Small Luxury Hotels of the World expands portfolio

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has added three new properties to its collection.

The boutique hotel club said the new additions focussed on “breathtaking destinations”, taking in Comporta in Portugal, Raa Atoll in the Maldives and Santa Teresa de Cobano in Costa Rica.

Opening this month, Hotel Nantipa in Costa Rica embraces local surf culture with beach-edge suites and bungalows featuring hammocks and garden, pool or ocean views.

Meanwhile, Quinta Da Comporta Wellness Retreat in Portugal, set to welcome guests in March, has been branded a "sustainable signature project". Nestled on a 17-hectare estate, it’s surrounded by sand dunes, rice fields and over 60km of white-sand beaches.

Also opening in March is the Faarafushi Maldives, which boasts 80 spacious villas across the resort’s expansive lagoon.

SLH has also introduced two stylish mountain retreats in Italy and Switzerland to its now 500-strong collection.

Hotel Schweizerhof in Zermatt reopened in December after being acquired by entrepreneur Michel Reybier and transformed in time for the 2019 ski season.

While Hotel Montchalet in South Tyrol, shadowed by the soaring UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, offers four ranges of luxury suites and a comprehensive spa and wellness area.

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